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Investors cash in on CMBS market

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Ellington Management Group, Saba Capital Management and a fund of MatlinPatterson are among investors considering purchases of so-called B-pieces of newly issued commercial property bonds, according to people familiar with the three firms’ plans who asked not to be identified because the information is private.

Source: Bloomberg
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